DROP | Responsive Dropdown Navigation

DROP | Responsive Dropdown Navigation

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DROP – Responsive Dropdown Navigation

An awesome navigation plugin ready to use in any HTML page displayed on mobile phones, tablets and desktop devices.

Fully Responsive
A responsive navigation ready to fit perfectly on mobile phones, tablets and desktop devices.

Various skins
DROP – Dropdown Responsive Navigation comes with a set of skins ready to use.

Vertical or horizontal dropdowns
A Versatile navigation with vertical or horizontal dropdowns with unlimited levels.

Fixed position and Scrollspy functionality
Make the navigation fixed and automatically update links on scrolling

Left, Center and Right alignment
Because sometimes you need a navbar aligned to left, to right or centered.

HTML5 and CSS3
Crafted with HTML5 and CSS3 according with the latest web patterns and best practices.

A lot of options
More than 25 options between settings, methods and callbacks. Modify as you want.

Cross Browser
Compatible with the major browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, IE and Edge.

Bootstrap Compatible
Compatible with the most famous front-end framework in the world: Bootstrap.

Free Updates
Zero cost for updates for enhancements, compatibility, inclusion of features and more.

Well documented
High level documentation teaching you to build the navigation step by step.

Several examples
Create your navigation fast using one of the examples included in the package.

Extra elements
Use a button, a plain text or a search panel in your navigation.

SASS files
Powered by SASS to provide easy customization


01 August 2017

- Version 1.5
Added auxiliary script for advanced fixed behavior
Added auxiliary script for scrollspy functionality
Centered menu fixed
Bug fixes

13 May 2017

- Version 1.3
Added SASS files
Fixed bug on centered menus (gap between items)
Added new option to open dropdowns clicking on links
Added minified js file

22 January 2017

- Version 1.0
Initial release

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